Bundling your auto and motorcycle coverage is fairly easy. You can compare quotes online or call companies to find the right coverage.
Compare Auto and Motorcycle Bundling Quotes
To find cheap motorcycle insurance, we recommend comparing at least three quotes when you shop for coverage. Keep in mind that motorcycle insurance is more specialized than car insurance, so you might have to call an insurance company to get a quote instead of using a simple online form. As you compare, keep the deductible and coverage amounts the same across companies.
Consider the Coverage You Need
Once you have a few companies in mind, compare the coverage options each one offers. From touring bikes to choppers, there are many types of motorcycles and even more types of motorcycle owners. Look for the right coverage for your situation. And as we mentioned above, avoid bundling if you can’t find the right coverage.
Avoid a Lapse in Coverage
If you currently have separate coverage on a car and a motorcycle, take care when you switch to a new insurance provider. Overlap coverage on both vehicles for at least a day to avoid a lapse in coverage. If your car or bike goes without coverage for any length of time, you may end up paying more for insurance policies in the future.